The Guelph Public Library (GPL) along with local author David J. Knight have partnered to embark on a $13,900 fundraising campaign to help preserve Guelph’s rich heritage with the purchase of a new ViewScan III microfilm scanner reader. This easy to use, world-class piece of archival equipment will turn local history into a more dynamic, accessible, and user friendly resource for researchers of all ages by helping to uncover, save, and preserve the lost past.
The Library Board appointed Steve Kraft as CEO effective October 1, 2014.
The Guelph Public Library is proud to introduce a new eBook lending service starting on Tuesday, September 16th – the 3M Cloud Library!
History and archaeology Parts of the Paisley-Clythe feedermain project corridor are near the Phoenix Mill on Waterloo Avenue,… Continue reading Historic industrial and landfill activity near Wellington Street work site
The Guelph Public Library is searching for interested volunteers to fill vacancies on the Library Board, which operates under… Continue reading Library Board seeking new members
New Zealand artist Stephen Mulqueen uses discarded cartridge shells from the First and Second World Wars to construct brass poppies, transforming the refuse of war into symbolic and wearable objects. He is set to speak at the Guelph Civic Museum Friday, September 5th at 2pm, about the significance of his poppies in a talk entitled, Poppies of War and Peace.
Members of the public invited to take part in tour and meet artist Ted Fullerton Guelph, On, August 18, 2014 – To celebrate t… Continue reading Guided tour will showcase Civic Precinct artworks
Check out the newly redesigned Guelph Public Library’s Famous Guelphites web portal with over 150 biographies!
CORPUS Dance Company to perform Camping Royale Guelph, ON, Friday, July 25, 2014 – On Saturday, August 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.… Continue reading John Galt Day celebrates Guelph’s civic holiday in Market Square
Discover the dramatically re-designed Guelph Public Library’s Teen Portal, where you can easily find resources and events just for teens!